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    productiveness. Then adding poverty to coffee would mean that there is a lack of productiveness not only in coffee but in what farmers receive in return. Farmers around the world are getting poorer from a beverage that is being bought every second in the world. This unfairness is from the lack of fair trade that is going on throughout the world. Companies and everyday people should get to know how it is important to do fair trade especially to those who cultivate our coffee and support their families.

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    The Coffee Cup

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    I am finishing a cup of coffee. If it's a typical day, and if this about seven in the morning, then it's my first cup of the day. As I put the mug in the sink, I think already there's a lot to do. Soon I'll be at work. Mornings are frenetic there. Attorneys begin their days by listing every task that needs doing and they don't leave anything out. As a rule, the hours before lunch are spent pumping out authoritative letters printed on watermarked bond and only once it's clear that the firm will hit

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    Starbucks Coffee Cup

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    buying a cup of coffee. A step inside will delight your senses and satisfy cravings. Furthermore, Starbucks offers people a chance to interact with their community. It is a window into the workings of our modern day society. Outside, Starbucks’ signature goddess beckons thirsty patrons of a bustling shopping plaza. The bookend establishment receives a steady stream of visitors seeking the iconic coffee throughout the day. A small number of customers occupy the outdoor seating to enjoy their coffee in

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    perfect cup of coffee down to a point. You could ask different people in your family and they could tell you several different ways to make their version of a “perfect cup.” I have been studying constantly on how to become a Coffee Master by learning how to describe and pair coffee. One may think coffee tasting is strange, but wine tasting isn’t. Truth is, people have coffee tastings as much as people go out to a wine tasting. There are four different steps in preparing the ideal cup of coffee: proportion

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    Coffee is a growing part of people’s daily lives. Just before the 9-5 weekdays, and even during the 9-5, it is common for the working class to drink a cup of coffee. To support this accustomed part of our culture, it involves a complex supply chain that allows those coffee beans to turn into a cup that can be consumed. This paper is structured on how Starbucks, the top coffee supplier in the world, can supply its stores, from raw materials to manufacturing, right to the start of someone’s day. CEO

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    Coffee has a plethora of different flavours, from fruity and light to earthy and bold. However, they all have the same effect of waking us up and making us feel warm inside. Similarly, there are many styles of music, such as R&B, pop, rock, hip hop, classical, and jazz, that bring with them different flavours, feelings, and themes. Nonetheless, all music is a form of self-expression and speaks to the soul. Making the perfect cup of coffee doesn’t happen the first time. With instant coffee, K-cups

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    Caffeine as a Drug

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    Waking up to a hot cup of coffee, relishing the cool tingling sensation of a cola with your lunch, or relaxing in the afternoon over a cup of tea, all have similar ingredient caffeine. Caffeine has been consumed ever since the 2700 BC, with its conjunction in tea, for the Chinese Emperor Shen Nung. In 575 AD, the first use of coffee beans where in Africa where it was used as currency and food. Even more today, caffeine consumption has become an integral part of millions of people's daily lives. According

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    latte or plain coffee is an art form. It takes a skilled artist to make coffee worth appreciating. Many people cannot make coffee. The methods for brewing coffee may differ, but the coffee must be satisfying. There are many factors that decide whether a the coffee is satisfactory. I don't think it matters whether the coffee is the lowly drip brew or sophisticated cappuccino. It takes an accomplished craftsman to make it. I've had enough cups of lousy coffee to conclude that coffee making is an

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    Addicted to Coffee?

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    Addicted to Coffee? As a sophomore in college, I know how important it is to get that first cup of coffee in the morning. That first cup of coffee, second cup, and third cup seem vital to the well-being of Bryn Mawr students all over campus. They help us to stay awake through our classes, hours of study, and even time spent socializing. But is caffeine really addictive? Ask any Bryn Mawr student, and chances are that she will answer with an emphatic "Yes!" Ask any scientist or doctor the same

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    One More Cup of Coffee

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    There are few novels that nosedive and soar so sporadically as that of Twain’s Huck Finn. It began as a capitalization on his prior work of Tom Sawyer, but quickly turned into a magnum opus of Americana. In order to fit that theme, the material must break the mold entirely. People say often (similar to Kubrick’s Full-Metal Jacket) that you should really stop experiencing the art around the end of the third quarter of the book. In that way it is wholly American, messy and composed. It is also a terribly

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